No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Can We Bury The Term Boom Bap Yet?
Friday September 28th 2012,
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Boom, Bap, Original Rap? Not so much.

No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Can We Bury The Term Boom Bap Yet?

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Not sure on this robbie, i think it pretty accurately describes a production style, similar to how trap does- the fact that it is largely geeky white people that are interested in the style of production now makes it a bit geeked- i think ill still use boom bap or until u got something better than “real hip hop with loud drums” that acclaim site is gayer than a wang in the coight- unkut 4 lyfe bruh!!

Comment by Gx 09.28.12 @

Boom-bap does sound out-dated imo…

..Didn’t u say a while back the term ‘hip-hop’ should be banned also?

Comment by lou 09.28.12 @

@Gx: Two words: Beer money.

@lou: Nah, I think I was complaining about dudes getting butt-hurt about the word ‘rap’.

Comment by Robbie 09.28.12 @

I agree with you, it pigeonholes newer artists such as Roc Marcy, Action Bronson etc. as being throwback because they’re not using trap or southern style drums, when its really just good rap.

Comment by E9 09.29.12 @

i get the point but i like the term.still better than random rap.

Comment by swordfish 09.29.12 @

Can’t kill “Hip-Hop”, can’t kill “Boom Bap”.

Comment by oskamadison 09.29.12 @

BTW, Robbie, I tip my hat to you. You got real busy this month. Keep it goin’…

Comment by oskamadison 09.29.12 @

No Country For Old (Rap) Men – Can We Bury The Term Boom Bap Yet?: http://t.co/d4zDG1JT < ‘Random Rap’ can also carch a dirt nap.

Comment by Rob Unkut (@unkut) 09.29.12 @

I’m cool with the catch-all term Hip-Hop (capitalised, of course.) Rap is cool, too. In related news, Robbie, I recently learned that the term SWAG was coined by closeted gay men in the ’60s, the letters standing for Secretly We Are Gay. Holla..

Comment by Fosterakahunter 10.01.12 @

So the question is now what are we gonna do, stain our publicly seen boxers, when the Blast Master KRS1 drops the sequel or is it the pre-quel, rightfully named the return of the Boom Bip…

Comment by Blaqchalk 10.01.12 @



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